Say Amen, Somebody movie trailer - starring Dr. Thomas A. Dorsey, Sallie Martin, Delois Barrett Cambell. Directed by George Nierenberg. Genre: Drama
Don't miss the Twitterview with the Jackson Brothers this SUNDAY at 10p/9c. Follow @AETelevision and @AllJack5ons on Twitter to see Marlon, Jackie, Jermaine and Tito's responses to fan questions. New episode of The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty, Jan. 10 at 10p/9c on A&E!
In Santa Barbara at their secluded location, hoping to focus on nothing but their upcoming concert, Jermaine continues to confront his brothers about their lack of support for his delayed Michael Tribute concert. The brothers make some progress in the recording studio, but it's not long before they begin to butt heads. When an argument between Jermaine and Marlon sends the recording session spiraling out of control, the entire project is suddenly put into question, and the brothers split into two, contentious groups.
Ma And Pa Kettle Go To Town movie trailer - starring Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride. Directed by Charles Lamont. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
The female manager of a baseball team is opposed by some of her players. Good-time musical with another Williams water ballet sequence!
For the first time ever, this complete animated series that includes 23 full-length episodes and 46 original Jackson 5ive songs, is available to fans everywhere. With two complete songs in each episode you can join Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael on tour, singing your heart out along the way - GROOVY!
Trailer for the 1949 classic Take Me Out to the Ball Game.
Singing, dancing baseball players Dennis Ryan (Frank Sinatra) and Eddie O'Brien (Gene Kelly) find their friendship tested when both fall for the new, female owner of their team (Esther Williams). Meanwhile, a crooked gambler (Edward Arnold) tries to sabotage the big game by getting O'Brien fired. It all gets resolved with lots of comedy, songs, dances, and baseball action in a colorful, turn-of-the-century setting. Busby Berkeley directed Take Me Out to the Ball Game, but left the choreography to Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen, thus the dance numbers emphasize Kelly's athletic grace rather than the fluid camerawork that is Berkeley's signature. Berkeley's exuberant affection for early Americana and his unerring knack for zingy comedy are both on full display, however, and frowns are not an option.
This 1949 football drama, directed by Jacques Tourneur, was somewhat ahead of its time in its realistic depiction of the politics
and money behind professional football. Victor Mature stars as Peter Wilson, the star halfback for the New York Chiefs, who risks
oblivion and the loss of his mercenary wife by revealing a newly found heart condition. If Wilson plays the game at his best, he
could kill himself; yet if he retires, he loses his lucrative position, his fame and, as a result, his wife. Lucille Ball co-stars as
Anne, the team secretary, who unselfishly helps Wilson resolve his problems – even those with his wife, although Anne is in love
with him. In the end, Wilson must come to terms with his own self-respect and choose to play in the big game or settle for a small
college coaching job.
A troubled boy escapes his family's bickering through his love for a pony. Based on the John Steinbeck short story.on.
Victor Mature stars as Peter Wilson, the star halfback for the New York Chiefs, who risks oblivion and the loss of his mercenary wife by revealing a newly found heart condition.
Whether its Batter up! or Curtain Up!, Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly are ready when they play early-1900s vaudevillians who spend the winter flinging the on-stage blarney and the summer flinging the horsehide for baseball's defending world champs, The Wolves.
Marlon and Michael are accidentally drafted into Fort Paratrooper, while Jackie, Tito and Jermaine try to figure out a way to get them out before show time. Featuring the songs “I Want You Back” and “2-4-6-8.”
Having made the difficult decision to cancel the concert, the brothers remain split into two camps. Jermaine and Tito, who still want to go forward; and Jackie and Marlon, who have decided they are done. With a concert no longer hanging over their heads, the Jackson brothers try to return to life as usual. But when Jermaine and Tito hear a hot new track that was written for them, they pull out all the stops to convince Marlon and Jackie to give it a chance. An inspirational visit to a teenage juvenile detention center builds to an emotional and surprise gathering, leaving the brothers to wonder, what's next?
The Jackson Brother's announce their plans to do a 40th Anniversary Album, but all of this falls into jeopardy when Jackie erases Jermaine's vocals, infuriating him.
The five brothers crash land on their way to Hawaii. Michael hits his head on a coconut and dreams of pirates and buried treasure. Featuring the songs "Ready or Not (Here I Come)" and "La La Means I Love You."
Also Available On VUDU
Needing a break from superstardom, the Jacksons decide to run a farm. Featuring the songs “My Cherie Amour” and “Honey Chile.”
Also Available On Amazon Prime and VUDU
The brothers are booked on a heavy tour schedule and need to find an opening act. Featuring the songs "Little Bitty Pretty One" and "If I Have to Move a Mountain."
The brothers are booked on a heavy tour schedule and need to find an opening act. Featuring the songs “Little Bitty Pretty One” and “If I Have to Move a Mountain.”
A magic beanstalk grows outside the brothers' Indiana apartment. Michael climbs to the top, finding a fabulous land, …and a giant. Featuring the songs “Love is Here” and “Girl Don’t Take Your Love From Me.”
A magic beanstalk grows outside the brothers' Indiana apartment. Michael climbs to the top, finding a fabulous land, ...and a giant. Featuring the songs "Love is Here" and "Girl Don't Take Your Love From Me."
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